The great 1982 team included Zico, Scorates, Eder, Falcao and Serginho - a majestic Brazilian side lead by the legendary Tele Santana.
They breezed through the group stages at the 1982 World Cup, scoring 11, conceding just two. But defeat to a Paolo Rossi-inspired Italy in the second stage saw them exit the competition prematurely - the day football died according to Zico. But their kit lives on (mainly on the sun-shy backs of skinny hipsters teenagers admittedly).
But Brazil football kits always ooze class, somehow making an offensive bright yellow seem cool.